Formula Change Oxycodone

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Mindy Says:
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I know this is going to sound a little weird but has anybody noticed with Oxycodone 10mg that your bowel movements are much easier? I have always had constipation when taking my medication and suddenly this month I have had absolutely no issues which is really weird. Another thing I've noticed is my anxiety is really high... Has anyone else noticed going to the Bathroom been easier ? Sorry for the nasty question.


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Verwon Says:

Are you taking the regular release formulation? Some generic manufacturers use different excipients, which could cause this to occur, since the normal side effect is constipation, according to FDA reports. They also warn that it carries the risk of being habit forming, and may cause other side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, dry mouth, and headache.

As to the anxiety, are you on any other medications? How often does it flare up?

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Mindy Says:
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10 milligram regular release. I have always had anxiety. That's just a question I threw in there. As far as my bowel movements I know something is different. The more I think about it the more it makes since. If you think of all of the issues that people have been having using it over the years. People have actually died because of bowel issues. It's to the point where I now see commercials on tv and YouTube asking/saying if you have any issues using oxycodone and issues with bowel movements constipation you can now order the special medication to help you by calling xxx number. I'm pretty sure they change the formula around or added something to it.

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